SystemStackError: stack level too deep

Bontina Chen wrote:

I'm testing the http module in console.
BUt I got the following error.
Anyone knows why?

Net::HTTP.get_print 'www.google.com', 'index.html'

SystemStackError: stack level too deep
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in
`newobj'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in
`newobj'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:451:in `new'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:374:in
`get_response'

        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:337:in
`get_print'
        from (irb):2

THX

Hi, I'm also suffering from that issue. Please help!
A copy-pasted an example of using 'http.rb'

  def open_url(_url)
   http = Net::HTTP.new('http://www.yandex.ru', nil, '192.168.1.32',
3128)
   http.start{
     case req.request_method
     when "GET" then response = http.get(path, header)
     when "POST" then response = http.post(path, req.body || "", header)
     when "HEAD" then response = http.head(path, header)
     else
       raise HTTPStatus::MethodNotAllowed,
         "unsupported method `#{req.request_method}'."
     end
   }
   end

and constantly got an exception inside start. I tried several examples I
found in doc, but wo change - I always got that exception message.

Zhoran Tvalve wrote:

Bontina Chen wrote:

I'm testing the http module in console.
BUt I got the following error.
Anyone knows why?

Net::HTTP.get_print 'www.google.com', 'index.html'

SystemStackError: stack level too deep
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in
`newobj'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in
`newobj'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:451:in `new'
        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:374:in
`get_response'

        from C:/InstantRails/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net\http.rb:337:in
`get_print'
        from (irb):2

THX

Hi, I'm also suffering from that issue. Please help!
A copy-pasted an example of using 'http.rb'

  def open_url(_url)
   http = Net::HTTP.new('http://www.yandex.ru', nil, '192.168.1.32',
3128)
   http.start{
     case req.request_method
     when "GET" then response = http.get(path, header)
     when "POST" then response = http.post(path, req.body || "", header)
     when "HEAD" then response = http.head(path, header)
     else
       raise HTTPStatus::MethodNotAllowed,
         "unsupported method `#{req.request_method}'."
     end
   }
   end

and constantly got an exception inside start. I tried several examples I
found in doc, but wo change - I always got that exception message.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
stack level too deep

RAILS_ROOT: C:/INSTAN~1/rails_apps/myapp/config/..

Application Trace | Framework Trace | Full Trace
C:/INSTAN~1/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in `newobj'
C:/INSTAN~1/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in `newobj'
C:/INSTAN~1/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:451:in `new'
C:/INSTAN~1/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/net/http.rb:440:in `start'
#{RAILS_ROOT}/lib/bot.rb:25:in `open_url'
#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/controllers/urlas_controller.rb:42:in `get_content'
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Here is that code from 'net/http.rb'. I suppose that recursion is in
charge, but I could not find out what is wrong:

def HTTP.start(address, port = nil, p_addr = nil, p_port = nil, p_user
= nil, p_pass = nil, &block) # :yield: +http+
   new(address, port, p_addr, p_port, p_user, p_pass).start(&block)
end

class << HTTP
   alias newobj new
end

# Creates a new Net::HTTP object.
# If +proxy_addr+ is given, creates an Net::HTTP object with proxy
support.
# This method does not open the TCP connection.
def HTTP.new(address, port = nil, p_addr = nil, p_port = nil, p_user =
nil, p_pass = nil)
   h = Proxy(p_addr, p_port, p_user, p_pass).newobj(address, port)
   h.instance_eval {
     @newimpl = ::Net::HTTP.version_1_2?
   }
   h
end

# Creates a new Net::HTTP object for the specified +address+.
# This method does not open the TCP connection.
def initialize(address, port = nil)
   @address = address
   @port = (port || HTTP.default_port)
   @curr_http_version = HTTPVersion
   @seems_1_0_server = false
   @close_on_empty_response = false
   @socket = nil
   @started = false
   @open_timeout = nil
   @read_timeout = 60
   @debug_output = nil
   @use_ssl = false
   @ssl_context = nil
end